Ciaran Clark and Karim El Ahmadi were the top stars at Norwich.
Clark and El Ahmadi topped various categories as the dust settled on a superb 1-0 win at Carrow Road.
Clark came in for injured Jores Okore and excelled alongside captain Ron Vlaar.
El Ahmadi worked tirelessly in front of the back four, breaking up play brilliantly before using the ball intelligently going-forward.
The stat of the day was undoubtedly that Villa's back four actually produced 100% figures when it came to clearances - 35 successful from 35 attempted.
Clark was No.1 for blocks with three.
Clark was No.1 for clearances with 13 successful from 13 attempted. Vlaar was No.2 for clearances with eight out of eight. Leandro Bacuna and Antonio Luna were joint No.3 with seven from seven.
Clark, Bacuna and Andreas Weimann were joint No.2 for interceptions with two.
Clark was No.3 for aerial duels with five successful from seven attempted.
El Ahmadi was joint No.2 for ball recoveries alongside Kozak with seven.
El Ahmadi was No.1 for tackles with 11 successful from 11 attempted. Fabian Delph was No.3 with four successful from six attempted.
Delph was No.6 for passes with 27 successful from 34 attempted. El Ahmadi was No.9 with 24 successful from 26 attempted.
Kozak was No.1 for shots with three in total, two on target and one goal. Aleksandar Tonev was No.2 with four in total and one on target. Weimann was No.3 with four in total and one on target.
Gabby Agbonlahor was No.1 for chances created with one goal coming from six opportunities. Delph was No.3 with three opportunities.
Agbonlahor was No.2 for take-ons with two successful from five attempted. Weimann was No.3 with two successful from two attempted. Luna was No.4 with one successful from two attempted.
Weimann was No.8 for attacking third passes with 10 successful from 13 attempted.
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